Poland: Finding a home in Warsaw for Ukrainian refugees

With more than 8 millions Ukrainians crossing the Polish border and almost 500.000 refugees arriving in Warsaw, the housing situation is complicated. Oksana is Ukrainian and works for a Warsaw-based NGO called the Ukrainian House. She helps people who just came to Warsaw to find a place to stay. She connects with people who cannot afford to pay a rent, who escaped war zones and who cannot be hosted by their polish families, even for a short term.

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